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November 21, — New regulations for vacation rentals in eastern Placer County will take effect in January with the county Board of Supervisors voting on Tuesday to approve a short-term rental ordinance. The ordinance is intended to strike a balance of reducing neighborhood nuisances like noise and parking issues related to vacation rentals without undermining the market for this important guest accommodation. Among its key provisions, the ordinance establishes a new permitting requirement to operate a residence as a vacation rental property.
The new permits would not be required for more traditional lodging types like hotels or timeshares, or homes within resorts that are managed through a resort management company. The new regulations define quiet hours between 10 p. They also set occupancy limits after 10 p.
Occupancy limits were revised from a first draft of the ordinance to allow greater flexibility to accommodate families with children. The revision allows the Community Development Resource Agency director to increase occupancy limits on a case-by-case basis to ensure that large families are not left out of the rental market.
Fire safety is also addressed in the ordinance. Outdoor wood-burning fires and charcoal grills would be prohibited at vacation rentals to reduce the risk of fire. The application for a permit requires a safety inspection by the local fire district once every three years to verify installation of smoke and carbon monoxide detectors and a fire extinguisher, and that barbeques and outdoor fireplaces are in compliance with fire code.
Property owners will be required to deate a local point of contact who can quickly respond in person to any complaints about their guests.
And either guests or the property owner could be fined for citations. Penalties could escalate with repeat violations, and more than three citations in a year could result in a vacation rental permit being revoked. With an overwhelming majority of vacation rental properties located in the North Lake Tahoe region — 3, out of 3, of the total countywide — the ordinance applies only to properties above 5, feet in elevation.
Vacation rentals in western Placer County will not require a short-term rental permit but will still be required to obtain a transient occupancy tax certificate and comply with the TOT ordinance. Vacation rental owners within a residential association may request an exemption from the short-term rental ordinance and must demonstrate that the association requirements cover noise, parking and trash and that fire requirements are met.
Single-family homes in resort areas not managed by the resort are also eligible for an exemption if they meet those requirements. Fees for rentals managed professionally are lower because those properties have historically presented fewer code compliance issues and better response to complaints. With the rise of online vacation rental booking services like Homeaway and Airbnb, an increasing of homeowners are offering their properties part-time as lodging.
County staff brought a first draft of the ordinance to the board for consideration Oct. The board approved the introduction of a revised draft of the ordinance Nov.